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Austin360 On The Record is a account assembly of new, contempo and accessible releases by bounded and Austin-associated recording artists.
With the Nov. 3 acclamation looming, our account singles spotlight not decidedly includes several sociopolitically aggressive songs.
Akina Adderley, “Broke.” Adderley gets lots of assignment locally as a abetment accompanist — she taped “Austin City Limits” aftermost anniversary as allotment of Jackie Venson’s bandage — and has recorded in contempo years with the bandage Nori, but this is the aboriginal song she’s appear beneath her own name back 2012. She says it’s “a alarm to activity for bodies to accede their abetment in systems of corruption and their moral albatross to actively appoint in the action of dismantling injustice.” The distinct will be appear Monday; here’s a alive adaptation of the tune from a 2019 Black Fret Concert on the Continued Centermost lawn:
Folk Uke, “Small One.” Amy Nelson and Cathy Guthrie consistently accept been bold for double-entendre amusement in their lyrics. This new tune is no exception, declared in columnist abstracts as a “well-aimed ache at baneful masculinity, blowing and macho airs that’s alluringly ill-fitted for the accepted accompaniment of the nation and acclamation season.” It’s bright from the ambience that their primary ambition is the accepted addressee of the White House. The activated video was fabricated by Nelson’s adolescent brother, Micah Nelson, and his wife, Alex Dascalu.
Willie Nelson, “Vote ’Em Out.” Speaking of the Nelson clan: This song isn’t new — Willie aboriginal apparent it anon afore the 2018 midterm elections — but there’s a beginning lyric video for the countdown to this year’s presidential race. Its bulletin is simple and ultimately detached in its timelessness: “If you don’t like who’s in there, vote ’em out/ That’s what Acclamation Day is all about.”
Leeeann Atherton, “I’m Cleaning House.” Echoing Nelson’s get-out-the-vote message, Atherton fabricated a lyric video for this clue from her 2020 anthology “Fallen Angel,” appear beforehand this year. “The byword ‘Cleaning House’ is acclimated in the accretion association to represent digging abysmal into your affection to let go of actuality that’s captivation you down,” Atherton says. “During the communicable this song started to booty on a new activity as I began to administer it to the accepted administration.”
Walter Tragert, “The Bones of the Maga Armada.” News cycles appear and go in a nanosecond these days, but archetypal songs accept continued lifespans, so Tragert broke into Gordon Lightfoot’s archetypal “The Bones of the Edmund Fitzgerald” back he absitively to address about the contempo Trump baiter array on Lake Travis in which several argosy sank. Careful not to accent the joke, Tragert cut the ballsy tune’s aboriginal breadth by added than half, application kazoo forth with Morse cipher and balloon complete furnishings to accent the levity. He pulls no punches with the rewrite, though: “A mindset of cult/ Could alone result/ In the bones of the Maga Armada.” The song is accessible via Tragert’s Bandcamp page.
Gina Chavez, “Ella.” Timed to accompany with Civic Calm Abandon Awareness Month, this new video sets a Spanish-language clue from Chavez’s Latin Grammy-nominated EP “La Que Manda” to footage that “honors survivors of calm corruption by accomplishment calm spaces through dance,” according to a columnist absolution announcement the video. Gain will account Survive2Thrive, which assists victims of calm abandon and abuse.
Riders Against the Storm with Tameca Jones, “Red Lights.” An arresting accord amid the hip-hop mainstays and acclaimed body accompanist Jones offers a bastard blink at RAS’ accessible anthology “Flowers for the Living,” due out this winter.
Alex Maas, “Been Struggling.” Acclaimed for his continued administration with Austin psych-rock kingpins Black Angels, Maas offers up this distinct from a admission abandoned anthology due in December. A columnist absolution announcement the anthology describes it as “gentle psychedelia, and a notable sonic abandonment from the heavy, pulse-raising complete that Maas has become acclaimed for.”
Grace Pettis, “Drop Another Pin.” A affiliate of the leash Nobody’s Girl (with adolescent Austin singer-songwriters Betty Soo and Rebecca Loebe), which has an anthology due out in 2021, Pettis additionally is continuing to absolution music beneath her own name. This beaming folk-pop clue appearance keyboard contributions from Shakey Graves, who co-produced with Daniel Barrett and Christopher Boosahda. Of the song’s living-in-the-moment message, Pettis says: “I’m happiest back I’m able to centermost myself aural my own little dot on the map, but I’ve abstruse that change is the alone constant.”
Desure, “On Me.” There’s a mid-1970s country-folk vibe to this song from the new activity of Joshua Desure, with alluring accord vocals from acclaimed Americana singer-songwriter Nikki Lane. “On Me” follows the singles “Masochist”and “Cocaine Smile” as aboriginal releases from Desure’s additional EP, due in November. Desure afresh confused actuality from Los Angeles afterwards a assignment as bout administrator for Grammy-nominated country bandage Midland.
Mark Willenborg, “Honky Tonk Hallelujah.” Gearing up for the December absolution of his admission anthology “Cold Beer and Country Music,” Willenborg offers this archetypal dance-hall boot-scooter blood-soaked in dabble and pedal steel, produced by longtime Robert Earl Keen bacteria Marty Muse.
Belle Sounds, “Now You See Me.” The adapted indie-pop bandage has appear several singles during the pandemic, the latest actuality this tune about adolescence secrets that stresses the articulate coaction of Noelle Hampton and Emily Shirley set to a adroit synth-based arrangement.
Kersty Ryan, “Lose It Like I Absent You.” The latest clue from Austin built-in Ryan is a adroit pop tune that follows the summer singles “Cut You Loose” and “Anybody Else,” arch up to a accessible admission EP.
Greezy Wheels, “In the Still of the Night.” Cleve Hattersley and his constant bandage of Armadillo World Headquarters survivors revisit the Five Satins’ 1950s doo-wop archetypal with a consciousness-expanding activated video.
Russel Taine Jr., “Bends.” The quartet of Aaron Winston, Justin Winslow, Cory Fica and Brittany Continued (there is no affiliate called Russel Taine Jr.) recorded the advance for this apricot pop tune both afore and during the coronavirus pandemic. Follows bounce and summer releases of the singles “Sister, Sister” and “Blue Jean Baby.”
Jefferson Brown, “After the War.” The Shinyribs bassist co-wrote this midtempo folk-rock tun with the band’s drummer, Keith Langford, who plays on it forth with bassist Roger Wuthrich.
OUT THIS WEEK
Matt Giles, “Year of the Dog.” Self-described as “sweet and adequate songs of absent adulation and begin love, Texas base rockin’ ball songs, annual bluesy roots music, ’80’s appearance pop rock, and anthemic bedrock and roll,” the admission abandoned anthology from this affiliate of bounded bandage the Drakes was produced by Eldridge Goins and appearance contributions from notable locals including New Bohemians associates John Bush and Brad Houser and Shinyribs abetment accompanist Kelley Mickwee. Record-release livestream 8 p.m. Oct. 9 from Sam’s Town Point at facebook.com/MattGilesMusic. Here’s the appellation track:
“Yellow Rose” soundtrack. Appear accordingly with the new blur that appearance part-time Austinite Dale Watson, this accumulating appearance songs accounting by Watson and Diane Paragas, with a account by above Alejandro Escovedo keyboardist Chris Knight. Here’s a bivouac for the film:
Various artists, “To the Bodies of the Land: Carrizo/Comecrudo Solidarity Compilation” (Keeled Scales). A agenda accumulation accessible via Bandcamp, this 31-song set appearance cuts from notable locals including Molly Burch, Will Johnson, Christelle Bofale and Little Mazarn, forth with civic acts such as Sharon Van Etten and Big Thief. All gain go to the Carrizo/Comecrudo association of Texas, whose acreage are beneath blackmail from activity and bound bank projects.
OCT. 16: Sir Woman, “The Bitch” EP
OCT. 16: Giulia Millanta, “Tomorrow Is a Bird”
OCT. 16: Wilson Marks, “True Beauty Is in the Random”
OCT. 16: Churchwood, “Plenty Wrong to Go Awry” (Saustex)
OCT. 16: Jerry David DeCicca, “The Unlikely Optimist and His Calm Adventures”
OCT. 23: Missio, “Can You Feel the Sun” (2B/BMG)
OCT. 30: Jackie Venson, “Vintage Machine”
OCT. 30: Sideshow Tragedy, “After the Fall”
NOV. 6: Andrea Magee, “Only Love”
NOV. 6: Alan Moe Monsarrat, “Agriculture”
NOV. 13: Nane, self-titled
NOV. 20: Desure, “Pollen” EP
DEC. 4: Mark Willenborg, “Cold Beer and Country Music”